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Clinics & Services


Midwife appointments will be held at the Washington House Site on a Tuesday and the Brackley Health Centre site on a Thursday.  Your midwife or a receptionist will guide you accordingly but it is a midwifes preference and recommendation that you stick to one or the other and maintain consistency with your midwife.  Kirsty Pinder will cover the Tuesday clinic and Rachel Vere-White will cover the Thursday clinic.

Antenatal Clinics are held at the Surgery. Doctors look after their own maternity patients with the midwife and/or consultant. Women can choose where they give birth. Patients may deliver at home or at any of the various local hospitals. A community midwife is attached to Brackley Medical Centre and will give both antenatal and postnatal care to expectant mothers.

If you urgently need to contact the midwife, please call the Day Assessment Unit – tel 01295 229779.

Blood Samples

Blood test appointments offered every day, dependent on availability, before collection at 2.45pm.

Child Immunisations

Thursday9.00am - 12 noon

Cryotherapy Clinic (Wart)

Friday9.00am - 12.00 noon every 3 weeks

Family Planning

Each doctor provides this service and will be happy to discuss individual needs, including the fitting of an IUCD (coil). Emergency contraception is provided on request at Reception, where you will be referred immediately to the Practice Nurse. The Surgery is also part of the Emergency Contraception Card Scheme for young people, who need only show their card to be shown through to the Practice Nurse.

Flu Clinics

Our Practice Nurses and District Nurse run flu injection sessions starting in October of each year. In accordance with Department of Health guidelines, we recommend an influenza injection and a pneumococcal injection for all those aged 65 and over. Both injections are also recommended for those or with the following medical conditions: asthma, diabetes, heart disease, and lung or kidney disease. The influenza injections needs to be repeated each year, but only one pneumococcal injection is needed for extended cover in most cases.

Health Promotion

The aim of promoting health is to try and identify risk factors at an early stage and prevent them from causing ill health. For this reason we will ask about drinking and smoking habits and measure your blood pressure and weight from time to time. This is especially wise in people with a family history of heart disease, diabetes or stroke.

Minor Surgery

Appointments booked for the Dr and Nurse

Registration Medical

All new patients are asked to attend a simple and quick medical upon registering. Some form of ID will be required on registration, normally a driving licence and a utility bill to confirm address.

Travel Immunisation

We are a Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre and are available to offer comprehensive health-related travel and immunisation advice. If you would like to research what is needed before attending the clinic the following site is very useful:

Read more on our  Travel Risk Assessment Form page.


Walk In Clinic

Brackley Medical Centre will be extending the arrival times for the Walk In Clinic based on the Brackley Health Centre site.

From Tuesday 2nd January 2018 the clinic times will be:

09:00 - 12:00   

15:00 - 17:30

These clinics run Monday to Friday. If you require medical help at the weekend or outside of normal surgery hours you should contact 111.          

On the day acute medical need will be dealt with by the walk in clinic.

Such conditions include chest infections, sore throats and tonsillitis, ear infections, urine infections, rashes and minor injuries.

It is not advisable to use the clinic for medication requests, on-going sick notes or complex problems.        

It may be necessary for our receptionists to ask you questions and you may be redirected more appropriately in certain circumstances.

As a practice we will never knowingly turn away a genuine medical emergency.


Treatment Room

The Treatment Room is open daily for both appointments booked in advance and emergency procedures required on the day. When necessary the Practice Nurse will be happy to take phone calls or see patients urgently, in order to give advice about minor ailments or queries. They will always seek the advice or help of a doctor when it is required.

For dressings and treatments in the treatment room, patients under 16 should normally be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If your child is accompanied to the surgery by anyone other than yourself, for example; grandparent or child-minder, for immunisation or any procedure with a nurse you will need to provide written consent for your child to receive such treatment.

Monday-2.00 - 6.00pm
Tuesday8.00 - 12.00noon1.30 - 6.00pm
Wednesday8.00 - 12.00noon2.00 - 6.30pm
Thursday7.00 - 12.00noon1.00 - 6.00pm
Friday8.00 - 12.00noon2.30 - 6.00pm

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